On May 28th, 2019

California DOJ Special Agents Assist in Gang Takedown in Stockton 13 arrested, weapons and narcotics seized

STOCKTON – On May 23, 2019, the Stockton Police Department and the California Department of Justice with assistance from the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office - Bureau of Investigation wrapped up a months-long investigation into the East Side Crips gang suspected of committing violent crimes in and around Stockton.  The investigation resulted in 13 arrests and the seizure of seven handguns, one rifle, ammunition, and drugs including marijuana, meth and cocaine.

“Any time you can focus on a particular criminal element and remove the players from neighborhoods you are working to protect the public and improve the quality of life,” said California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) President Alan Barcelona.  “It is hoped that these arrests put a dent in the violent crime, and drug and human trafficking that, Stockton and the surrounding area has been experiencing.

Arrested were:

 Jornail Hillery, 29, for robbery, weapon, narcotics, gang, and conspiracy charges

Mister Lee, 22, for human trafficking, weapons, narcotics, gang, and conspiracy charges

Marika McNeal, 27, for human trafficking, false impersonation, and gang charges

Adrian Tyson, 42, for weapons, accessory after the fact, and gang charges

Charles Frazier, 24, parole violation

Marlon Leslie, 21, for 4 misdemeanor warrants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following individuals were arrested prior to May 23rd as part of the investigation:

Kevin Hart, 25, for weapons, receiving stolen property, and gang charges

Raymello Brown, 24, for weapons, receiving stolen property, human trafficking, and gang charges

Kamaryn Hart, 19, for weapons, receiving stolen property, human trafficking, and gang charges

Keyth Hart, 24, for weapons, receiving stolen property, and gang charges

Isabel Soto, 22, for weapons and gang charges

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following assisting agencies participated during this investigation:

  • The Stockton Police Department,
  • California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation - Special Services Unit,
  • San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office,
  • California Department of Justice - Special Operations Unit,
  • Tracy Police Department,
  • San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office,
  • Manteca Police Department,
  • Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force.

 

 

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